Three's Company

Season 6 Episode 26

Mate for Each Other

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Aired Unknown May 11, 1982 on ABC
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Mate for Each Other
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Jack and Janet separately decide to try computer dating using aliases after hearing a success story from one of Janet's friends. However, they end up being matched and decide to go through with the date, causing a big misunderstanding with Terri.

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      • Goof: Terri throws a blanket on the couch which changes several times, between two different positions, through the remaining few minutes of the episode.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Janet: You were funnier with your pants off.
        Jack: Come on Janet! We've been living together for five years, it's about time we had a date.
        Jack: If I meant your right, I would have said your right. The right implies my right.
        Jack: You never did know where to put your nose.
        Jack: Still using that line huh, Larry?
        Terri: There are lies, and there are lies, but the biggest lie of all is when someone tells the truth because they don't see you there.
        Terri: Oh you know what I'm talking about. You may not know where your nose is, but you know what I'm talking about.

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